No problem. Let me know if any of the links stop working.
If anyone use interested still (I know it is a long time since this thread died) I have put together a list of mainland online TV webpages in English to make it easier for people to get access to any English language shows that they want.
My bad. I saw tourist visa and didn't register the duly authorised part.
They are normally only necessary if you are travelling on a package tour. If you contact some HK travel agents they might be able to arrange for you (possibly IT travel agents too).
Alternatively, you could arrange a regular invitation letter and get all the other docs together to go and apply again. If you've spent some time in China you will know that just because they said one thing when you talked to them last, it doesn't mean that if you go to visa office again another day or talk to a different person that they will all have the same requirements.
You could also ask a travel agent to lodge the visa for you and see if that changes things around.
Invitation letter is dead easy. Anyone living legally in China can usually write it. When I have had family and friends come to visit I have just written it myself (I'm Australian with a working visa).
Just be aware that whoever writes it essentially is responsible if you violate your visa, so be considerate to whoever you ask and follow the rules.
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